Month: May 2019

Elevator UPS: Ensure uninterruptible power supply for elevators or lifts in residential, commercial and industrial establishments

Factors such as the duration of a common power cut, capacity of the lift motor, type of elevator, whether it would be used in a residential or commercial area, etc. are taken into consideration while manufacturing an elevator UPS. Team ProductLine|Updated: May 30, 2019, 06.16 PM IST A UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) is used as
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Thyssenkrupp’s New Stacked Elevator Concept Debuts in Atlanta

MAY 29, 2019 | TREVOR WILLIAMS Thyssenkrupp’s TWIN elevators share a shaft. The German firm is putting a North American headquarters in Cobb County. Anyone who has tapped their feet waiting for an elevator might appreciate the latest announcement from Thyssenkrupp, the German manufacturer poised to build a new headquarters and test tower in Cobb County.  The company’s TWIN elevator
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Elevator Sales Buoyed by Pervasive Trends of Digitalization and Mixed-Use Development: Fact.MR Survey

Monumental growth of the building and construction industry along with increasing reliance on technology is underpinning growth of elevators market. May 29, 2019 09:00 ET | Source: Fact.MR Rockville, MD, May 29, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to a new study by Fact.MR, the global sales of elevators are estimated to surpass 900 thousand units in 2019. The
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UTC chief sees possible, though complicated, deal between Otis and German elevator manufacturer

By Stephen Singer | Hartford Courant | May 21, 2019 | 3:39 PM Otis Elevator could enter talks for a deal with Thyssenkrupp AG’s elevator business that’s being spun off from the German conglomerate, but a tie-up won’t happen soon and would be complicated, the chief executive officer of United Technologies Corp. said Tuesday. UTC
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Report: Brake Failure To Blame For JPS Hospital Elevator Accident That Injured Nurse

May 8, 2019 at 12:40 pmFiled Under:4071445, DFW News, elevator injuries, elevator maintenance, Fort Worth, John Peter Smith Hospital, JPS elevators, JPS Hospital, lawsuit, Patricia Price, ThyssenKrupp FORT WORTH, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A newly-released state report concluded that brake failure is to blame for an elevator accident that critically injured a nurseat Fort Worth’s John Peter Smith Hospital. The worn brake shoes and frozen pins illustrated a
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